Haz (kapitankraut) wrote in linguaphiles,
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Turkish and Hungarian

In the last couple of days, I've come across two different books writing as though the link between Turkish and Hungarian were incontrovertibly proven. I was under the impression that this is one of those things that some linguists (and nationalists) like to think, but that it hasn't actually been established.
So which view is right?
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